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playing days. >>> we're in danger. the words of chen guangcheng now begging the united states to allow his family to board hillary clinton's plane to america. >>> would you pay $1,500 for a piece of stale cake? "cnn newsroom" starts right now. we do begin this hour with breaking news. with a rare and startling look inside the mind of osama bin laden. right now the public is getting its first look at documents seized in the raid that killed the al qaeda mastermind. they are in his own words. and they capture a fading leader desperate to launch another catastrophic strike on the united states. hundreds and hundreds of pages are now appearing on the website of combatting terrorism center at west point. peter bergen is our national security expert and was given early access to this so-called treasure-trove of material. what's been your biggest take away? >> i was able to review some of the documents that are being released today in the course of reporting a book i have written on the hunt for bin laden. the take aways clearly don't have operational information that would be useful to the cia a
information on the breaking news story, the united states with the help of allies foils a terrorist plot to bomb an air liner and an in-depth look at the key issues in the 2012 presidential election and president obama's report card on i am gags. plus, exactly six months from now, a new polling shows an incredibly tight race and the romney and obama campaign confront a pair of tough questions. >> we start with dramatic breaking use. new information coming in by the minute on a new terror plot foiled by the united states and its allies. it is said to involve putting a suicide bomber aboard an air liner. it was foiled and the u.s. recovered and is now studying the explosive device. let's bring in fran townsend who was president bush's homeland security advisor and also with us tom fuentes. fran, i want to go to you first. from your sources with he are hearing that this was an upgrade if you will. do you remember the underwear bomber, that this was a way to upgrade the technology into an ie d and explosive device. what do you know? >> just speaking to a senior administration official t
bombs so they understand the target and they're a close ally of the united states and this administration official stressed to me that this really was an international effort although they also stress that this bomb never made it to their knowledge near an airport or an airplane prior to coming into their possession as far as their investigation has shown, and it was never a threat to the united states, so that means one of two things to me, john. either this was an early stage, this bomb plot, or it may have been made inneither by the u.s. or a security service which is why they wouldn't fear it detonating. >> an intelligence success in keeping it from either being able to be used or keeping the bomber from buying a particularet and getting on a plane, whatever, and the question now is if they were developing this new technology what is it capable of and what have they learned? here is what the fbi says tonight. as a result of close cooperation with our security and intelligence partners overseas, annum proceed iz voo the explosive device designed to carry out a t
the effort? joining me now is james spidermarx. so, some u.s. lawmakers said the united states should take the lead and involve itself militarily. why is syria different than let's say libya. syria certainly had a greater population, a smaller piece of geography, therefore, it's a lot more urbanized and it becomes a very entangled and tough target to go against. unlike libya that had pocket of e resistance that were spread out and there seemed to be at some point, a unified opposition against gadhafi. so that answer to the question in terms of the difference between those two. in other words, it's a tougher nut to crack, a harder problem and would entangle us greatly. >> when you say something shouldn't be done, what is that something that should be done? >> well, clearly, what has to happen is the united, let's take it from the top and work our way down. united states is going to lose in this particular confrontation if russia brokers the deal to try to get assad to step aside. russia then is the peacemaker, russia owns the cards and have now caused this great con fill in syria to go away
is being held to review the priorities for the future of the united states fire administration. the usfa. the usfa was established following the 1973 report on fire prevention and control which recommended the creation of a federal agency to provide support and their efforts to reduce fire deaths, injuries and property loss. it is a substantial public safety mission. although the country's fire death rate continues to decline, it is higher than more than half of the industrialized countries. it prepares first responders and health care leaders. it supports the efforts of state and local governments providing training for first responders, educational programs and targets outreach for communities and conducting the development of technologies for the fire service. the usfa also assists with data collection, analysis and dissemination of best practices for the nation's fire prevention and control in emergency medical services activities. in recent years, there's been an escalation of severe wildfires resulting in home and property loss. this can be attributed to expanding development in wi
to mark a year since the killing of usama bin laden by blowing up a jet headed to the united states. the device, a new and improved underwear bomb. that's according to sources at the white house and on capitol hill. now, remember an underwear bomb failed to blow up a plane headed for detroit three years ago on christmas day. al qaeda in yemen came one a better detective ton nation system. al qaeda reports it has that new bomb and that experts are now analyzing it but they are warning of another intelligence stream. they say they there may be more of these bombs and more of these bombers out there right now. more on that in a moment. officials say the device they recovered does not contain any metal at all. so it could have gotten through our airport metal detector system. no word on whether those new body scanners would have caught it the secretary of defense put it this way: >> what this incident makes clear is that this continue to remain vigilant against those it would seek to attack this country. and we will do everything necessary to keep america safe. >> there is more. just la
today, what if anything should the united states be doing about this? conor powell is tracking the syrian story from just over the story in israel today. conor? >> reporter: megyn, finding the solution to end that bloodshed in syria seems to be fading with every passing day now. the international community is picking up diplomatic pressure on syria. the united states, great britain and other countries expelled syrian diplomats but that diplomatic pressure hasn't really changed the violence on the ground. it continues every single day. as you pointed out 13 people were found dead in eastern syria today by u.n. observers. they said their hands were bound and they were shot at close range. the city of homs has been just pounded in the last 24, 36 hours or so with a barrage of artillery and rockets coming from syrian forces. we don't know how many people have been killed in homs in the past day or so but it has the potential to be substantial. now that diplomatic pressure though doesn't seem to have much of an impact. today russia and china have given a boost to syria. both those c
their investors get a return on their investment. but that's not the job of a president of the united states of america. the job is much bigger than that. [ applause ] the job of the president of the united states is help business m businessmen. businessmen and women, small and large who have to worry about everything from environmental controls to whether the street is paved to all the things that affect their ability to do business. and our view it's government's job to not run their business but help them. help them have an opportunity to have the best infrastructure so that a road to which you can drive up to buy the automobile, and by the way, parenthetically, imagine, imagine if our republican friends hadn't stopped us from our infrastructure bill, imagine if we were rebuilding the roads and bridges in the valley that needed to be built? how many thousands and thousands of jobs would be created and how much that would increase the productivity of every business in the valley. that's government's job. is to help people who are looking for jobs, to look out for the entire nation, not jus
of the united states obviously in a dramatic fashion in this interview wanted to clarify once and for all that his position has evolved. he supports same-sex marriage and he's making that clear right now. >> we now have the video. let's just roll it. >> i have been going through an evolution on this issue. i have always been adamant that gay and lesbian americans should be treated fairly and equally. and that's why in addition to everything we've done in this administration, rolling back don't ask don't tell so that outstaptding americans can defend our country. i've stood on the side of is broader equality for the lgbt community. and i hesitated on gay marriage in part because i thought civil unions would be sufficient, that that was something that would give people hospital visitation rights and other elements that we take for granted. and i was sensitive to the fact that for a lot of people, you know, the word marriage was something that evokes very powerful traditions, religious beliefs and so forth. but i have to tell you that over the course of several years, as i talk to friends an
dissident who says he wants to seek asylum in the united states. the administration says chen ga gaunchung left at his request. >> michele bachmann and rick santorum finally make peace with governor romney? new poll numbers tell a is your rising truth about the republican right. >>> fast moving developments surrounding chinese human rights activist, chen guangcheng. he has been pleading for help and asking to come to the united states with the family. he left the safe haven of the u.s. embassy on monday but says officials misled him. he had a congressional hearing and described the conditions at his home. >> translator: i really am afraid for my other family members' life. they have installed seven video cameras. even with the electric fence. >> among those watching closely, president obama's campaign opponent, mitt romney. >> the reports are, if they are accurate, that our administration, willingly or unwittingly, communicated would chen an implicit threat to his family and probably or may have sped up the process of his decision to leave the embassy. if these reports are true, this is a
and credit of the united states government. >> reporter: now, wolf, an aide to speaker boehner said that president obama said that he would not go along with any spending cuts in order to increase the debt ceiling and then we heard something different from minority leader nancy pelosi who said that the president was trying to talk about balance, meaning compromise and maybe some tax increasesas well as some spending cuts. so we're getting differing versions of what was discussed at the meeting. >> the speaker did leave one opening there, brian a that he would not accept any tax rate increases and there would be tax revenue from tax reform, there were loopholes, for example, that's one area that they may be able to get to some sort of agreement. it was six, seven months and not such a long time and it was a tough time during the lame duck session. thanks very much brianna keilar at the white house. over at the u.s. senate they've been spending the day spinning their wheels in heated debates. let's take a closer look on the senate chamber where they're voting on five different plans w
to the united states with the family. he left the safe haven of the u.s. embassy on monday but says officials misled him. he had a congressional hearing and described the conditions at his home. >> translator: i really am afraid for my other family members' life. they have installed seven video cameras. even with the electric fence. >> among those watching closely, president obama's campaign opponent, mitt romney. >> the reports are, if they are accurate, that our administration, willingly or unwittingly, communicated would chen an implicit threat to his family and probably or may have sped up the process of his decision to leave the embassy. if these reports are true, this is a dark day for freedom. it is a day of shame for the obama administration. >> stan grant joins us from beijing. your team spoke again to chen today. this is very confusing, some conflicting accounts here. what's the latest from his perspective? >> he is bottom line, he doesn't trust the chinese government. he doesn't see he has a future here. he still maintains his family's lives have been threatened and he wants to get
. it was at the palace the president met with karzai, and they signed a strategic agreement on what the united states relationship is going to look like after troops start to pull out in 2014. here's what the president said about that agreement. >> we came with a very clear mission. we came to destroy al qaeda. and we have enormous respect for afghan sovereignty and the dignity of the afghan people. together we're now committed to replacing war with peace. and pursuing a more hopeful future as equal partners. >> reporter: about an hour later, the president then addressed troops at bagram air force base. what was interesting here is how blunt the president was about what military operations are going to look like in afghanistan over the next few years. >> some of your buddies are going to get injured. and some of your buddies may get killed. and there's going to be heartbreak and pain and difficulty ahead. but there's a light on the horizon. >> now, what this is is an agreement to forge an agreement. that agreement is this, it's going to be both economic, aide as well as some sort of security force th
behind you could be a future president of the united states, or, even, better than that, the mayor of new york city. the guy sitting to your right could be a future nobel laureate. ok, maybe not the guy to your right, but certainly the one to your left. >> memorial day weekend, commencement speeches, sharing their thoughts with graduating classes of 2012, saturday through tuesday at noon and 10:00 p.m. eastern. >> the head of the secret service apologized today for the incident involving agents and prostitutes in colombia, but mark sullivan disputed reports this was more than isolated incident. he testified for more than two hours. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2012] >> the hearing will come to order. good morning, and thanks to those who are here, particularly director mark sullivan of the united states secret service, and charles edwards, the acting inspector general of the department of homeland security. >> the secret service has built an extraordinary reputation for selfless and still the devotion to the important and dangerous work its agents do it, protecting t
that the practice of sex selection abortion is increasing in the united states, especially but not exclusively in the asian-immigrant community. >> luke russert joins me live from capitol hill. dana milbank said they are struggling with latino voters and they may lose asian-american voters when you listen to what the congressman says, at least it is his evidence. there is plenty to counter that is happening here. >> reporter: let's look at this from a broad perspective here. this is a bill that sought to outlaw the abortion of a fetus based on sex. now this is not something that is very common in the united states. there's a lot of folk that would say they've rarely ever seen a case. what mr. franks is talking about is a paper from the university of texas is saying this happened a few thousand time in the earlier part of this decade. what's interesting is there is well known documentation in places like china and india, this sort of thing happening because of a preference for boys. because it is not in the united states, a lot of democrats are saying what is this connection here? really what r
death to organize another major terrorist attack in the united states. >>> he is probably the most famous guy in china today and the biggest headache for the chinese government. chen guangcheng remains in a beijing hospital. he now says he desperately wants america's help to get out of china and he wants to go to the united states where he believes he's going to be safer. chen is an anti-government human rights activist. chinese officials promise to leave him alone but chen doesn't believe them. he made a personal plea to president obama. >> translator: i would like to say to him, please do everything you can to get our whole family out. i'm very disappointed with the u.s. government. >>> cnn is continuing to seek comment from u.s. officials about chen's claim that he was mistreated and threatened by the chinese government. >>> white house briefing is going under way now. let's listen in. they're actually talking about this activist. >> -- every time he has meetings with chinese officials, he says that broadly, but now we're dealing with actually one specific case. i'm wondering if
opening in the united states for every 3.3 unemployed americans. pretty tough odds. boy, oh boy, this is a huge story today about the facebook ipo. it officially gets started 11:00 trading today. social networking giant, a huge american success story goes public. it's set to hit the market in a couple hours. 900 million users worldwide came from an idea that was con concocted in a dorm room at harvard. it's valued at $100 billion. try to wrap your head around that number. the price will be $38 a share. it has been ratcheted up as all the excitement continues to gather around this stock. you can see people on the floor of the new york stock exchange. the average invest jr. will likely pay a lot more than that. we'll see what happens at the open. a number of levels why this story is so interesting today. i'm joined by stuart varney. let's deal with the hype first. is this company worth all that money? >> i haven't a clue. that's the honest hans. i do not know whether facebook is a good investment, a bad investment. i don't know if stock is going to go up or down. but i'll tell you
emergency management agency and the united states fire administrator in charge of the united states fire administration of the department of homeland security. next we will hear from dr. john hall jr., the division director of fire and always seemed research at the national fire protection association. dr. hall has been active in fire analysis and fire research for nearly 35 years. our third witness is chief jim critchley. jeeves critchley represents the tucson fire department in my home state of arizona and also currently serves as the president of the western fire chiefs association. our final witness is mr. kevin o'connor, assistant to the general prison for the international association of firefighters. thank you again to the witnesses for being here today. as the witnesses should know, spoken testimony is limited to five minutes each. after all witnesses of spoken, members of the committee will have five minutes each to ask questions. i now recognize the first witness, the united states fire administrator, ernest mitchell. >> good morning, chairman quayle to the crosby, ranking memb
an organization. >> you mentioned things about the drones but that adding up to the degree that the united states and its allies had been very successful at chipping away at al qaeda's ability to even connect with some of its affiliates, which was a source of its power. >> the overall -- obviously, the white house and the national security council are releasing documents that don't put al qaeda in a very good light. are they representative of everything that's in there? probably. it's interesting. we knew al qaeda was under a lot of pressure but it's interesting to know that they, themselves, realized they were under a lot of pressure. very remote, heavily forested, it would be a good place to hide from american drones and american satellites. these documents mostly from 2010 just before he died. so, you know, it's not only a picture of an organization under stress, it's also bin laden as a micromanager. he was advising -- sending notes to his team saying when you go on the road, gas up and have a meal so you don't have to stop at a gas station. maybe they'll be government spies at the gas statio
devices inside printer cartridges on airliners bound for the united states. this by all accounts appears to be another attempt in that direction with a much more sophisticated detonation technology. we don't know a lot about that. but this is their latest effort by al qaeda to get past u.s. and international security screening and get a device on an airliner bound for the u.s. it is the hallmark of one particular one. he's working with al qaeda in yemen. he's done this technology before. he's in the cross hairs of the united states. kyra? >> we're going to talk more about him with nick in a second. but barbara, it took two weeks for this story to get out. a number of reasons we would probably assume why that happened. what are your sources telling you? >> well, you know, actually it was congressman mike rogers, chairman of the house intelligence committee who this morning in washington did raise the prospect of how did all this information leak out. we must give credit to the associated press, which broke the story originally, but the question is, you know, if it was two weeks ago, was i
needs 270 to become president of the united states. minnesota will do so this november. also on election day you have got maryland, washington that will vote on same-sex marriage. it's something that will be on a lot of ballots as we head forward. bill: got a fox news alert. massive explosions rocking damascus, syria. the assad regime claiming an attack killed 55, wounding 400. the force of the blast creating compounds leaving massive craters. if the reports are true it's the deadliest attack in the capital since the uprising began. it's getting worse in syria. a difficult place to get information, though. martha: we have a lot of stories and those are a few of them coming up in america's newsroom on a thursday. an entire school, every single student was sent home for the day, and not for bad behavior. bill: new questions about voting and possible voter fraud in a critical battleground states. could hundreds or thousands of non-citizens be registered to cast a ballot? martha: serious concerns about the latest terror threat. why al qaeda may be looking to place bombs in household pets. >>
with president karzai, the two signed an agreement, the united states will be contributing money and troops and security measures to afghanistan over the next 12 years. now, in addition the president went and visited with troops in afghanistan. both thanking them, but also sending the message this war is not yet over. and then finally, he moved over to another airplane hangar in bagram air force base and explained exactly what he signed and what he's agreed to do, to the american people. >> in2er national troops will continue to train, advise and assist the afghans when needed. we will shift into a support role as afghans step forward. as we do, our troops will be coming home. last year we removed 10,000 u.s. troops from afghanistan. another 23,000 will leave by the end of the summer. after that, reductions will continue at a steady pace with more and more of our troops coming home. as our coalition agreed, by the end of 2014, the afghans will be fully responsible for the security of their country. as we move forward, some people will ask, why we need a firm time line. the answer is clear.
report to the american peopll nd the world the united states has conducted an operation that killed osama bin laden, the leader of al qaeda.natsot -- usa! usaa usa! it was a moment of nationall ppide for the u-s, nearly a decade after the 9-11 attacks -- of which binnladee is considered the mastermind.as the anniversary approachee, a department of homeland security spokesman issuee a statement, sayiig -- quote -- "we have no indication of any speciffc, credible threats or plott against the u.s. tieddto thh one year annnversary of bin laden's ddatt."the obama administration also justified for the first time its use of unmaaned drones overseas in the war on terror.in full in order to prevent terrorist attacks on the united states pnd to ssve american ives, the united states overnment terrorists, sometimes using remotely piloted aircraft. meanwhile, a milessone was the "one world trade center" tower -- which will replace 9-11.workers added theefirst column of tte one-hundredth floor monday -- makiig it the pallest building ii new york city.it tooo the distinction back from the empire
's not attached to the united states. you know, continental. >> you take on sarah palin over selling alaska, my friend. i'm not going anywhere near that. >> it's got oil. >> i hear you, quest. it is hard not to hear you. but let me tell you, a coup of years ago when this idea was floated, the then prime minister of greece had this to say. and it sounded a lot like you, but for the english act sent. and it was this -- there are more imaginative and effective ways to dealing with the deficit than selling off greek islands. we cherish these islands. and selling them would be out of the question. it would not help. but honestly, i do fleed to ask you with your business acumen, why would it not help? >> because this is not just a solvency issue. this isn't just about debt. it's not just about greece's inability to pay its current bills. it's about reform and competitiveness of the greek economy. it's about greece trying to compete with fellow euro zone and european companies that are better in terms of production. they produce more for lower costs and are more profitable. now if you sell off the gre
on the united states. peter's obtained access to the compound before it was demoli demolished. he's out with a fascinating book "manhunt." it takes you into the ten-year search for osama bin ladin. the attacks are they capable of pulling off small and big attacks? >> i think their capabilities are pretty limited. i was given access to bin ladin's own writings. the picture that emerges from these documents, bin ladin's calling for big attacks, kill president obama, general petraeus his guys are pubbing back saying, we're under pressure from the drones, the united states is not that easy. >> they're citing the drones in particular? >> well, it's interesting, bin ladin is worried about the drones, how many of his people have been killed, he's urging his people to move to a remote part of afghanistan. his 20-year-old son, living in pakistan's tribal regions, he's urging him to move to gutar, it's the richest country in the world many. >> he wants him to move there for safety? >> yeah, the drones are really having a huge impact. they were very conscious internally that the drones were causin
the united states, when it came to iran, dealing with iran. the romney campaign blasted out a statement to reporters earlier this afternoon accusing the obama administration of having a blame america first policy when it comes to iran. >> we'll have much more on joe biden, and very quickly on michigan where you are right now. did the romney folks really believe michigan is in play given the perception in michigan that the president saved the american auto industry? >> well, i think they would like it to be in play and you mentioned the issue of the auto industry and mitt romney talked to the local reporter in cleveland yesterday and basically claimed credit or partial credit for the fact that the auto industry has survived and he has to take that posture, wolf, because that industry is so important in the state and there's a lot at stake for mitt romney, keep in mind, this was his boyhood home and he was facing the prospect of losing massachusetts where he was governor. >> jim acosta, traveling with the republican presidential candidate. thanks very much. >>> the charged politics of sey
, right guys? all right, it would be the biggest tax hike in the history of the united states, and it is coming, folks. if lawmakers put off the debt deal until after the election, and nothing is done about the expiring bush tax cuts, virtually every american taxpayer will see their bill go up in the new year. that's a pretty picture on a monday, right? good morning, everybody, i'm martha maccallum, we are back in america's "america's newsroom". gregg: those are big numbers. i'm gregg jarrett in for bill hemmer. it is the grim reality that washington is wrestling with and house speaker john boehner is certainly sounding the alarm bill, saying it is time for the president to take charge. >> i've never been shy about leading. but you know, leaders need followers. we've got 89 brand new members. we've got a press disparite caucus. >> some say they're leading stkpwhraou and it's hard to keep 218 frogs in the while barrow long enough to get a bill passed. >> we all know we have to reduce the decifit. we have to do it in a balanced way. the speaker wants to go over the edge. martha:
the united states and israel, but that's where they have it. the new findings come right after talks with iran ended without a lot of progress. this is a story we'll continue to watch for you. jon: well, the united states is reacting to the conviction of a pakistani doctor who helped the cia track down osama bin laden. a live report from islamabad coming up. jenna: we're also tracking a tropical disturbance off the coast of florida. meteorologist janice dean with the latest just ahead. jon: and before you fire up that grill this memorial day weekend, some important advice for you and your family. that's coming up. let's ring you u mary? what are you doing here? it's megan. i'm getting new insurance. marjorie, you've h a policy with us for three years. it's been five years. five years. ll, progressive gives mega discounts that you guys didn't. paperless, safe driver, and i get great service. meredith, what's shakin', bacon? they'll figure it out. getting you the discounts you deserve. now, that's progressive. call or click today. jon: the united states cutting aid to pakistan after a
interest rates to rise at the end of june. the fact is that the united states workforce needs to have the skills to compete in the global economy, and that means making sure that colleges is affordable because so many of the new jobs that are being created require higher education. and the reality is that students today face ever-growing tuition rates and that student loans are a critical bridge for them to cover these costs. but unless we act, over 7 million students, 38,000 in my state of new hampshire alone, 38,000 who rely on subsidized stafford student loans, will see an increase in their student debt when they graduate. now, this is a particular problem for us in new hampshire because our students have the highest average student debt in the nation. they are graduating with just over $31,000 in debt per stiewns, and not only do they have the highest average debt, but 74% of our college students are in debt, and that's the second-largest number in the country. so we have the highest average debt, the second-highest number of students graduating with debt. the fact is that student
to believe that ten years after the war in afghanistan started after 9/11 the president of the united states still can't arrive under normal circumstances. >> reporter: it was pretty hard to hide the president of the united states. >> reporter: the president signed a strategic partnership agreement with afghan president hamid karzai. he spent only an hour on the ground in kabul and then quickly departed again in the dark. >> reporter: i would just point out we are hearing helicopters again over kabul, suggesting perhaps some transportation and i don't know if that's the president leaving the presidential palace at this point. >> reporter: after rallying the troops -- >> this outpost is more than 7,000 miles from home. >> reporter: the president addressed the nation from bagram air base and board the air force one just before 4:30 a.m. local time. >> there was a real stampede to the airplane at that point because the sun was just, you know, beginning to come up and they really wanted the president out of there while it was still mostly dark. so from the time he finished his address to the tim
its agents do protecting the president of the united states and other high officials of our government, as well as foreign leaders who visit the united states. that reputation, a great reputation, was sadly stand last month when 11 secret service and please engaged in a night of heavy drinking in colombia which ended with them taking foreign nationals, women, back to their hotel rooms. we have called this hearing as part of our committee responsibility to oversee the functions of the federal government, particularly those within the department of homeland security, including the united states secret service agency. there are three things we hope to accomplish today and in our ongoingees' investigation. first, we want to get the facts about what precisely happened and where the secret service's own investigation stands today. as widely reported, the misconduct involving 11 agents and officers arrived on wednesday, april 11, in cartagena, and they went to several nightclubs, and after drinking, the return to their rooms with women from the clubs, some of whom that we're prostitutes, and
of the babies born in the united states. just over 50 percent of children born were minorities. >> weekly jobless claims out in only 3 hour. we want to do our part to bring things down. cheryl casone knee joins us with three companies hiring right now, right this minute. head over to jetblue. >> dave joined me on the show talking about the fact that they are going to be expanding and growing. here's what he had to say about hiring. >> we are growing. there's 11 new aircraft being added to the fleet next year. this year additional aircraft next year. think of jet blew 5, 8 percent annual growth in the foreseeable future. >> 500 jobs by the end of the year. think about hiring in caribbean, latin america and hiring in the boston market as well. they compete against southwest and spirit airlines. they are really expanding. a lot of the airlines seem to be recovering but jetblue is the story where they have a lot of veterans but half are mill tear veet tran pilots. they are also very much about benefits and work. >> quantum health. >> quantum health. this is a different type of company. they g
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